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2 Upstate young adults among new deaths reported when new cases rise above 250, says DHEC



YOUR TOP COVID-19 RED LINES ON THIS HOUR TO ALL 50 STATES HAVE STARTED PARTIAL RE-OPENING. BUT MANY ARE AT VARIOUS LEVELS OF CORONAVIRUS CASES A – Take a look at your screen. A NEW MAP released today by the University of John HOPKINS shows the change in case for all 50 states over the last week. AS YOU CAN SEE SOUTH CAROLINA HAS RETURNED STAGE. BUT THE CASE OF NORTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA HAS RISEN JANE: AMTRAK CURRENTLY CONGRESS TODAY NEEDS SOME NEXT $ 1.5 MILLION. IT SAYS THIS MONEY WILL PAY TAGS ROLLING TO MINIMUM SERVICE LEVELS. THE COMPANY EARLY QUESTION CONGRESS FOR $ 2 BILLION IN CORONAVIRUS AI SIX FLAGS ABOUT GEORGIA HERE has released a plan to reopen. There will be limits on the number of people in the park. THE FOLLOWING FOR CARRYING WORKS AND HAVE CHECKED THE TEMPERATURE. It will be social distribution markers across the park. NO word on when the attraction will be cleared to open. NORTH CAROLINA HEALTH OFFICIALS RELEASEDE Guidelines for high school and youth sports. The guidance covers a number of topics, including the requirement to adhere to mass boundaries. ADDITIONAL GUIDELINES Covers cleaning and hygiene. AND WE WAIT FOR THE SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL DHEC to release today are cases of CORONAVIRUS in the state. AS FOR GUEST DAY, SOUTH CAROLINA HEALTH OFFICIALS REPORTED 440 DEATHS. AND, MORE than 1

0,000 positive cases. NORTH CAROLINA REPORTS 766 DEATHS. Over 24,000 positive cases. IN GEORGIA HAD FOR 1,871 DEATHS, WITH THE EARLIEST REPORTED DEATH OF THE STATE ON MARCH 5. IT WAS OVER 43,000 CASES, WITH THE TIME OF THE STATE

Greenville young adults among new deaths are reported when new cases rise above 250

DHEC exceeds the status coronavirus test target for May

(Above the video is the coronavirus headlines from WYFF News 4 at 4 p.m.) The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control on Tuesday announced 253 new cases of coronavirus and 6 additional deaths. This gives the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina to 10,416 and those who have died to 446. Four deaths occurred in elderly people from Fairfield (1), Florence (1), Greenville (1) and Spartanburg (1 ) counties and two deaths occurred in young adults in Greenville (1) and Lexington (1) counties. Both young adults had underlying health conditions. The number of new cases per county is listed below. Aiken (3), Anderson (3), Beaufort (9), Berkeley (1), Calhoun (1), Charleston (8), Cherokee (3), Chester (3), Chesterfield (9), Clarendon (2), Colleton (2), Darlington (8), Dillon (4), Dorchester (1), Florence (7), Georgetown (2), Greenville (46), Greenwood (10), Horry (5), Jasper (1), Kershaw (6), Lancaster (1), Laurens (1), Lee (9), Lexington (14), Marion (1), Marlboro (5), Newberry (2), Orangeburg (10), Pickens (3), Richland (21), Saluda (1), Spartanburg (36), Sumter (1), Union (3), Williamsburg (5), York (6) PGRpdiBjbGFzcz0ndGFibGVhdVBsYWNlaG9sZGVyJyBpZD0ndml6MTU5MDUyNjA1NzQ2Nicgc3R5bGU9J3Bvc2l0aW9uOiByZWxhdGl2ZSc PG5vc2NyaXB0PjxhIGhyZWY9JyMnPjxpbWcgYWx0PScgJyBzcmM9J2h0dHBzOiYjNDc7JiM0NztwdWJsaWMudGFibGVhdS5jb20mIzQ3O3N0YXRpYyYjNDc7aW1hZ2VzJiM0NzszUyYjNDc7M1N0YXRlTWFwJiM0NztEYXNoYm9hcmQxJiM0NzsxX3Jzcy5wbmcnIHN0eWxlPSdib3JkZXI6IG5vbmUnIC8 + + + PC9hPjwvbm9zY3JpcHQ PG9iamVjdCBjbGFzcz0ndGFibG VhdVZpeicgIHN0eWxlPSdkaXNwbGF5Om5vbmU7Jz48cGFyYW0gbmFtZT0naG9zdF91cmwnIHZhbHVlPSdodHRwcyUzQSUyR iUyRnB1YmxpYy50YWJsZWF1LmNvbSUyRicgLz4gPHBhcmFtIG5hbWU9J2VtYmVkX2NvZGVfdmVyc2lvbicgdmFsdWU9JzMnIC8 IDxwYXJhbSBuYW1lPSdzaXRlX3Jvb3QnIHZhbHVlPScnIC8 + + + PHBhcmFtIG5hbWU9J25hbWUnIHZhbHVlPSczU3RhdGVNYXAmIzQ3O0Rhc2hib2FyZDEnIC8 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 PHBhcmFtIG5hbWU9J2Rpc3BsYXlfY291bnQnIHZhbHVlPSd5ZXMnIC8 + + + PC9vYmplY3Q PC9kaXY + ICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgIDxzY3JpcHQgdHlwZT0ndGV4dC9qYXZhc2NyaXB0Jz4gICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgIC AgIHZhciBkaXZFbGVtZW50ID0gZG9jdW1lbnQuZ2V0RWxlbWVudEJ5SWQoJ3ZpejE1OTA1MjYwNTc0Nj 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 == DHEC surpassing the goal of testing 110.00 0 South Caroleans in MayDHEC also announced Tuesday that 110,316 tests for COVID-19 has been performed in South Carolina since May 1. Earlier this month, DHEC and its community partners set a target to test 2 percent of the state’s population, or 110,000 southern Carolinians, by May 31. South Carolina has exceeded that goal today. “We want Southern Carolinians to know that DHEC is doing everything we can to stop the spread of COVID-19, and an important part of this is to increase our testing capacity,” said DHEC Director Rick Toomey. “DHEC continues to work with federally qualified health centers, hospitals and other community partners to extend COVID-19 testing across the state as part of our statewide testing strategy. Together, we can increase the availability of testing and help everyone continue to take the steps needed to slow the spread of COVID-19. “As part of DHEC’s ongoing efforts to increase testing in underserved and rural communities across the state, the agency continues to work with community partners to set up mobile testing clinics that provide testing to these communities. Currently, there are 74 mobile test events scheduled through July 2 with new test events being added regularly. Southern Karolinier can find a nearby mobile test clinic event at www.scdhec.gov/covid19mobileclinics. In addition, there are currently 145 permanent test sites at health facilities throughout the state. 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These data provide a distribution of COVID-19 cases and 14 common chronic diseases (such as heart disease, diabetes, asthma, kidney disease and others) of both positive cases and those who have died. People with certain underlying conditions are at higher risk of experiencing severe illness or death from COVID-19. Updated data, demographics and list of affected facilities Today’s website information contains updated new demographic data, a newly calculated recovery rate, a current list of nursing homes and similar facilities affected by COVID-19 and more. While DHEC’s daily web updates include positive cases and deaths, hospital bed capacity, number of enrolled COVID-19 patients, test numbers, confirmed and estimated cases with zip codes, test sites, and more, the two updates each week contain this additional information for the public. * As new information is provided to the department, some changes may occur in cases. 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(Above the video are the coronavirus headlines from WYFF News 4 at 4 p.m.)

The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control on Tuesday announced 253 new cases of coronavirus and 6 additional deaths.

This means that the total number of people confirmed to have COVID-19 in South Carolina is 10,416 and those who have died to 446.

Four deaths occurred in elderly people from Fairfield (1), Florence (1), Greenville (1) and Spartanburg (1) counties, and two deaths occurred in young adults in Greenville (1) and Lexington (1) counties. Both young adults had underlying health conditions.

The number of new cases per county is given below.

Aiken (3), Anderson (3), Beaufort (9), Berkeley (1), Calhoun (1), Charleston (8), Cherokee (3), Chester (3), Chesterfield (9), Clarendon (2), Colleton (2), Darlington (8), Dillon (4), Dorchester (1), Florence (7), Georgetown (2), Greenville (46), Greenwood (10), Horry (5), Jasper (1), Kershaw (6), Lancaster (1), Laurens (1), Lee (9), Lexington (14), Marion (1), Marlboro (5), Newberry (2), Orangeburg (10), Pickens (3), Richland (21), Saluda (1), Spartanburg (36), Sumter (1), Union (3), Williamsburg (5), York (6)

DHEC surpasses the target of testing 110,000 southern Carolinians in May

DHEC also announced Tuesday that 110,316 tests for COVID-19 have been conducted in South Carolina since May 1.

Earlier this month, DHEC and its community partners set a target to test 2 percent of the state’s population, or 110,000 southern Carolinians, by May 31. Today, South Carolina has exceeded that goal.

“We want Southern Carolinians to know that DHEC is doing everything we can to stop the spread of COVID-19, and an important part of this is to increase our testing capabilities,” said DHEC Director Rick Toomey. “DHEC continues to work with federally qualified health centers, hospitals and other community partners to extend COVID-19 testing across the state as part of our statewide testing strategy. Together, we can increase the availability of testing and help everyone continue to take the steps needed to slow down COVID-19.

As part of DHEC’s ongoing efforts to increase under-value testing and rural communities across the state, the agency continues to work with community partners to set up mobile testing clinics that provide testing to these communities. Currently, there are 74 mobile test events scheduled through July 2 with new test events being added regularly. Southern Karolinier can find a nearby mobile test clinic event at www.scdhec.gov/covid19mobileclinics.

In addition, there are currently 145 permanent test sites at health facilities throughout the state. These test sites can be found at www.scdhec.gov/covid19testing.

A total of 178,119 tests have been conducted in the state (by both DHEC’s public health laboratory and private laboratories) since March 5, 2020.

New Chronic Conditions Data Part of COVID-19 Website Update

Today’s COVID-19 website update includes new information about the virus’s association with chronic health conditions, also called underlying health conditions. These data provide a distribution of COVID-19 cases and 14 common chronic diseases (such as heart disease, diabetes, asthma, kidney disease and others) of both positive cases and those who have died. People with certain underlying conditions are at higher risk of experiencing severe illness or death from COVID-19.

List of updated data, demographics and affected facilities
Today’s website information contains updated new demographic data, a newly calculated recovery rate, a current list of nursing homes and similar facilities affected by COVID-19 and more. While DHEC’s daily web updates include positive cases and deaths, hospital bed capacity, number of enrolled COVID-19 patients, test numbers, confirmed and estimated cases with zip codes, test sites and more, the updates twice a week include this additional information for the public.

* As new information is provided to the department, some changes may occur in cases. Cases are reported based on the person’s home county, as it is provided to the department. DHEC’s COVID-19 map will be adjusted to reflect any reclassified cases.

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